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Slow start for Bermuda

Bermuda's bowling team got off to a slow start in the singles event at the World Championships in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Damien Matthews, far right, was the highest Bermuda finisher, placing 62nd out of the 273 bowlers from 52 countries. Matthews scored 1,261 and a 210.17 average. He was followed by David Maycock, second from left, who finished 109th, with a score of 1,221, with an average of 203.50; Rickai Binns, who placed 140th, scoring 1,198 with a 199.67 average; Jermaine DeSilva, 168th, with a score of 1,172 and an average of 195.33; Lamar Richardson, who came 219th, with a score of 1,100 with a 183.3 average and Delmont Tucker, who finished 258th, scoring 1,025 with an average of 170.3. The singles event gold was won by Canada's Dan MacLelland, who defeated UAE's Shaker Al-Hassan 256 to 212. The bronze medal went to Tommy Jones, of the United States, who lost to MacLelland 269-236

Bermuda's team pose for a picture at the Championships opening ceremony

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Published December 08, 2014 at 1:55 pm (Updated December 08, 2014 at 8:18 pm)

Slow start for Bermuda

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